🚨 A Disney World Hotel Is Permanently CLOSING This Week 🚨

Disney World is constantly changing, and with that comes saying goodbye to beloved experiences.

Rise of the Resistance in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge

Although Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser was only at Disney World for 19 months after its opening in March 2022, Star Wars fans loved visiting or dreamt of the day they’d someday get to visit. However, Disney announced in May 2023 that the Starcruiser would embark on its last voyage in September, and now that time has come.

Yes, Disney World is saying goodbye to the Halcyon THIS WEEK. September 28th-30th marks the very last voyage aboard the Starcruiser.

Galactic Starcruiser Room

Bookings, of course, are full for these dates, and from what we’ve seen, our Star Wars-loving readers are divided. Some are happy that the experience is closing, as it was extremely expensive and also restrictive. For around $1,200 per night, per guest, folks wouldn’t be able to leave the Starcruiser unless going on the special excursions in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Galactic Starcruiser Cookie

While some folks LOVED this about Starcruiser, other folks are excited to see what will be put in the hotel space instead, and whether or not Disney will create a more accessible version of this hotel in the future.

Galactic Starcruiser to Hollwood Studios

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2 Replies to “🚨 A Disney World Hotel Is Permanently CLOSING This Week 🚨”

  1. Calling it a hotel is part of the reason it is shutting its doors. Of course, the main reason was the $6000+ price tag for two days and nights.

    But all hope is not lost. This past month it is being reported that Disney has been sending surveys to recent guests. If it was permanently shutting down, why would Disney care about making improvements to the experience.